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And so it has come. Students are now back on the Centenary University campus for a semester that will be like no other. Things are going to be different.  Masks and social distancing will be the norm, along with hand washing and frequent sanitation.  If we all do our part to stay #cyclonesafe, we can […]

On April 30th, WNTI aired a special Town Hall broadcast featuring members of the WNTI DJ family.  Thanks to remote technology, we were able to connect and share our experiences not only with the Centenary community, but the entire world.  It was also a way for everyone to catch up and share stories about the […]

Recently, members of Professor Barbara Lewthwaite’s management class participated in the spring semester edition of Centenary Management Radio.  Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the recordings were conducted remotely of-campus.  WNTI Director John Del Re was able to figure out how to create from these remote sessions a number of episodes that aired on WNTI.  Special […]

It has certainly been an interesting couple of weeks not only for WNTI, but for the entire world.  Due to the restrictions imposed by the state and recent federal guidelines, all programming has had to be suspended, including those presented by our community volunteers. While we miss all of our DJ’s, we do know that […]

Centenary University has moved to online learning.  As a result, a number of WNTI shows will not be airing until further notice.  We are doing our best to try to maintain a sense of normalcy during these difficult times.  A few of our community volunteers will be continuing their shows, but a number of shows […]

Leadership Matters is back for our first show of 2020 – and it will be a studio packed with history and accomplishment talking about the influence of coaches on HS athletes, specifically female coaches and athletes Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Bernardsville HS Assistant Principal and Athletic Director Mik Hoppe […]


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